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He's a red-hot sort to pick up with his old jig-jog.
We must strike across the country at the old jig-jog.
We must strike across the country at the old jig-jog
He's a red-hot sort to pick up with his old jig-jog
He was a capital quiet fellow, was old Dumpling, and put up with the tricks of his young masters as good-naturedly as possibly, and, on the whole, rather seeming to join in the fun, for he stood perfectly still by their side while they climbed up the fence, and from thence on to his back, and then went along at a jig-jog trot, just as they wished him.
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